Yesterday I developed the long lasting roll in the Chajka half-frame (all 72 frames were intact!) and todays entire evening was spent scanning and cropping 24×36 into 18×24. Now that was a chore!
Having 72 shots on one film was a strange feeling. Usually 8–16 is the norm in my photography.
Anyway, here are some of the shots that are – sort of – presentable. Mind you the C-41 soup is about two years old by now and the colour shift is inherent in the process:) It is Lomography all the way… The colours helped, in B/W they would all have been dull!
Film used was Ektar 100 and with the dismal light here in this season most shots were 1/30s or “Bulb” at f/2.8 or f/5.6 tops, I tried to err on the overexposure side. Despite this I like at least some of them (and just wish I had a medium format camera with me at the time too!).